Do you have an entrepreneurial idea that you want to develop under the guidance of experts? Are you ready to sound out your entrepreneurial spirit? Then the LBG Career Center might have the right program for you! Within the 4 Fellowships 4 Entrepreneurs program, you will build foundational knowledge about entrepreneurship, receive support on your journey to launching your ideas, and start on the path to becoming an entrepreneur.Throughout 9 months, you will be able to network with other entrepreneurs, learn skills related to launching your idea, and take the first important step in building your business. Application deadline: February 11, 2022 Details: https://cc.lbg.ac.at/news/open-call-for-applications-4-fellowships-4-entrepreneurs-2022/?lang=en  

FEBS Junior Sections Talk Series 2022

Tuesday, 18 January 2022 02:53
FEBS Junior Sections Talk Series 2022 We have planned a series of monthly talks for 2022, alternating academic and career topics, each organized by a Junior Section from a different country. 13th January. Academic. Organized by Junior-GBM (the Junior Section of the German Society, GBM). A talk by Dr Andreas Schlundt, from Goethe University Frankfurt, on “The roles of sequence, structure and dynamics for specific RNA-recognition by proteins". Watch the recorded talk (edited to remove unpublished data). 10th February. Careers. Organized by SEBBM Junior Consuls (the Junior Section of the Spanish Society, SEBBM).  Speaker: Dr. Andreas Hougaard Laustsen, Technical University of Denmark (DTU) Topic: “Bridging academia and bioentrepreneurship” Time: 10th February 2022, 19:00 (CET) Read this post for more information and to register for the talk. 10th March.  Academic. Organized by Young NVBMB (the Junior Section of the Dutch Society, NVBMB). Talk topic and speaker of this research talk still to be…
The new Vienna Life Science Report 2021/22 confirms that Vienna is Austria’s leading city for biotech, pharma, medical device, and digital health companies, as well as the related fields of research. The life science industry has been a big player in Vienna’s science and economy sectors. Vienna is home to 600 life sciences organizations, including ambitious start-ups, successful SMEs, subsidiaries of internationally active large businesses, and world-class research facilities. In total, around 41,000 employees work in this field. The sector’s significance can be seen through revenues of around €13.3 billion, over 42,000 students, and more than 8,000 internationally recognized specialized publications in 2020. Ten to twenty new start-ups annually and large-scale site expansions by big companies show how much Vienna benefits from strengthening the sector through dedicated funding programs and infrastructure. Vienna remains Austria’s life science capital Take a look at some key data for 2020: Life sciences companies Total…

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